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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1903
UPON ST. LOUIS.
East St. Louis, June 11 Almost two.
thirds of this city is under water from
2 to 15 feet in depth. A score of lives
have been lost and more are in immi
nent danger. Five thousand men have
toield incessantly st'-emrthenina levees,
buildi: g them up, erecting additional
safe guards and doing everything in the
power of man to save the city.; but the
fight is not yet won. The river is still
ritdugwith the highest slags in . sixty
years snd swlul disaster is threatened.
The eight grade of the Barclay High
school had a picnic at the Gladstone
park Wednesday. The students of the
school wereclniperoned by the teachers,
Lunch was served and a general good
No matter how small,
. No matter how large,
Will give it careful
attention. This mes
sage applies to the
men and the women
hks U0 Kir
i,i "1 n P IT" h"? -T- k"-'
THE MOHMNQ TUB
cur.rot be enjoyeJ in a basin of limited
oapacily nor wlmrt thi water supply and
tamppratuie is uncertain by reason oi
defective plnmbin haating apparatus.
. To have both pur. .n thorough working
order, will not piorc expensive if the
work is done by
F. C. CADKE
Spring Ailments. .
There ta an aching and tired fwllne: the llrar
towel" nd tidneji become iinrglxb nd lnac.
Ue, the digestion lmptired, with little or n up.
ptit, no (imblliuo fur tnythlng ud i ft elin
that the whole body nd mind naed tonlni up.
The trouble , tint during win'er, there hu tn
an arciiMUlatlon of wte mlir In the sjitrm.
Harhlne will remove It. Moure to the ecrelioni t
right eiit, ud by ita tonic (Oct,- fully lemore
the wasted timuM and glte itrenntli in ilc
of wealtnrw. &So t Chruan A
f:1 . :c'vr,- 't
i The More We Get
i The More Wc want
We are now doing about three fourths of the
prescription work of Clackamas County still we
are not satisfied we want to do more. . . .
We are better prepared to do this work, with our
arrangements and up to date facilities each man
works with a special individual pair of scales and
balances, independent of the other. . . . ,
If we are not filling your prescription you are not
getting the best services. We offer you our
fifteen years' experience and the best and fresh
est drugs in the market. . '
OUR PRICES All we ask is a Comparison.
Magnificent Programme Offered for
the Summer (Heating.
Senator Dolliver, Champ, Clark,
Burdette and Others.
No better programme has ever been
offered west of the Mississi) pi river.
On the 14th dy of next month tilt) tenth
annual meeting of ilia Willamette Val
VJhantHiiqua w ill open its ta'fj to tho
public for twelve days, two entire weeks
a programme will be offered to the peo
ple ot the Willamette vuiley better than
evtr been presenlKU went ot Um 1VU8 lp
pi river. .
The programmes, ten th msand copies
of which are to bi issued ou tine book
paper, nandsoiQely bound and with a
beautiful covtr, are now lei ig printed at
the Courieriirtice and will be ready for
di-tribution within twenty days.
I Every man, wonin and child in Ore
igouCity and Clackamas county and in
'fact in the WilUmetto Vulley, is. proud
: of our Chautauqua. It is the one.fea
! tura her that over topi and goes be
I yond everything else. Our paople are
I proud of it and well thty in iy be. It does
them credit nd is a credit to the entire
Pacific Northnett'. It has been just ten
years ago sine the first Chautauqua
meeting was held at the Chautauqua
giounda near this beautiful city. The
Chautauqua sentiment ban grown from
year to ytr until eveiybody is now in
terested and look forward to the an: nal
meeting as a personal season of enjoy
ment and outing.
The Chautauqua grounds are beauli
fully located on the batiks of the Clacka
mas river, two miles nortli of Oreuon
City, on the Southern P.icdc t'aiks an I
near the street car line i.f ih Oreg m
Water Tower and Hallway Co. The
ground-i are commodious and omfort
able. Toe arrangem- d! tor gettng io
and fro. n the grounds tue very b'st pji
sible. The camping Lcilti are g iol.
The a tractioiis hh y ar ilia', t lie
m makers with Ho i. tl. E C o-is at ih-iir
head, hiive piov.dml are away an l lie
vond a ything tlmt has been A't-rapied
i:i the pabt. Neittier money nor pains
h own spari-d l i securing the very
best talent tint could he hud in the
wor'd uf oratory, lit lature and ruusic.
The proramme is a thing of beaut aud
insuies a meeting that will he a aredit to
the valley and pride to every person in
Hon . Champ Clark, of Missouri '
Who has not heard of Champ OUrk, of
Vliasouii, or more properly speaking
from Pik? county? For nearly two de
cades he h-is bnen a n ember of the low
er housaoi Coniiro.-inand has won a repu
tation ai n oral r, a fcholar a' d a wit
secmd to man living to lay. He is big
of body and brain. He is a genius on
the platform and in d 'bate.
Though unpretending and unbilled.
Champ Clark ie perhaps 'he most pic
turaqne figure in the Houne of Repre
sentaiv "i Tlmnli he was what would
ordinarily he Cilltid a good loukinu man,
bis tiersonal ippe'rance is not especial
ly ignificent of the thonuhtB that bun.
within or the razir-like grace with which
Linn E. Tones
they are emit tod. H has an ample
frame and a quietly expressive face.
Champ 1 lrk is about as efTVctiye a
stump speaker us we have in thiB coun
try. He is a knock-down and drag-out
orator, a great dc.1 mure like Tqacf Ste
vens than like IL-nry Winter Davis. He
is not exactly ahm- the fashion of Owen
Uovejoy, hut he i the Owi n Lovejoy of
the Traii-MiKsiH8ippi Silver Contingent.
Heisextic lv after the fashion of Old
Ben Hardin and a mighty ugly customer
to tuckle. Louisville Courier-Journal.
Senator .Tonal han 1'. Dolliver, of Iowa,
Ihe aiir.trt.i'in of the Chautauqn i for the
first day ol its session, is one of the big
JONATHAN P. DOLLIVER.
men in the councils of the Kepublican
oarty of this nation. As an orator he
has few if any t qi a'0. Rich in langu g ,
strong in argument, he is a drawing card
in every section f thecountrv where he
has beeu. He is today the Republican
A'-hill' S of the Uni'ed Stages Senate.
H wage iter orator tha Beveredije.of
Indiai.a, atid with it all is witty and
epiaramma ic and entertaining.
But Mr Dolliver is more than a hu
m r et. Hlsp-Ht:h are noted for theii
breadth and thoroughness, as well is lor
tbir trikitiu iuteitst II h ta apnken
in nea'ly every la'gf city in ti e country.
Among hi mon' noted adi'rewMes were
lb seal ihe Melvinley banquet in Madi-
i Square tiarden in 1890, at the Lincoln
ninner ot iIih K publican Ulub in JNew
York, before the Bjton Merchants' As
sociation and to the veterans on Memor
ial Dav at Gettysburg and at Ailingtoi.
Although stili under forty, he has
been, within the last ten years, dire
times chairman of the Ri p iblican State
Uotiv 'iit)i n of Iowa, and tli ineeches
he ha mude in Congtees would fill a
Dolhvt r day at. Chuutauqua ought to
De auu will he one ol our best uayt.
Who is it i a I toia broad land who
has i ot heard of liob Burdette. Kor
twentj-tive yjars he has been the prince
of the Amn'iran platform. He is mi
ucuhtedU' to nay one ol ihe best if not
the het entertainer before the American
In December, 1870,Kohert J. Burpette
therienior of the Burlington, Iowa,
Ha kpve, adminis ered his first lecture
to an uni'iKiicu ii: the opera house at
Keokuk, Iowa. The effect of the treat
ment was imnitdmte, all the patients
hurvived, declared thenisi-lves happily
benefited, and the greater number of
thetn lire still living. In the score of
ears ni'ce then, this I'h) sician of the
Merrv Heart has dispersed his ' Got.d
Med cine" in answer to over four
thousand calls; not a large f arctice, but
a very couilortabie one. After the fash
ion of Die old practitioners of his school,
he stili visits liis patients at their homes
carrie? his "Go d Medicine" with him,
and til s bis prescriptions from bis own
xaddie-bag. In making his tweuty-aixih
annual Vii-it, lie wiIkm his patients, old
and new, good health, gcod cheer and
and good times. Expressing Ida grati
tude for their extravagant kindness,
their multiplied tavors and their ex
aggerated appreciation of hi poor per
vices, be Cin only t v, with Hamlet
'"Bi ggar that I am, I am poor even in
thanks, but I thank you."
It will not. be all oratorv but evry day
of the twelve will crowed full ol the
best that money can buy of the genius
and brains ot tne country, ihis years
beshiou of the Chatauqua as fur as its
GRKMAIN THE WIZARD.
programe goes ia inconparably the best
that has ypf bi en offered, to the people
of this valley and the management will
no doubt be encouraged by the lariest
attendance and die greatest interest yet
To haregorxl h' alth, the bwlv dhouliJ tie kopt
In alu'it've C'vidMion , ani! tno b .wl itiot1
atleaatonceadHjr.no tl'al all tu poalmii ui
watea are exp"Hi (lally. Mr. O, L. Kdwar.U,
H2 N: Main Ht Wilchita, writes: -1 btvv used
HarMne to regulate lha livr aad lwela for the
pjit ten ywmi, and found It t nibble reui'ily"
&0c atCkarmu di Co.
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Of Oregon C ty Schools Att act Large
Gone into the
Tue day night Ihe graduating class
of the eight guide of the Oregon City
puhliu Echools . held the commence
ment exeiciees at the Woo.'man hall.
Long before the time had ar-ived for
the opening of tha program, the hall
beguutofiil up with fond papas and
manias and brothers and tisters, all
anxioi.s to witoejs their loved ones ttep
from the eight grade to the high school.
Every seat in the large hall was" taken
and standing room was at a premium
There were rosea' and other beautiful
flo vers on every hand. In fact, the
hall waB one huge boqot, blooming with
only such rosae as old Oregon can pro
duce. And not a member of the class
but was remembered by some friend or
relative when the beelowing of tha
i The program was openeJ with a piano
soto Dy Mm .cho Samson, hich was
followed by thelDToration by Rev, P. K.
Hammond. The address of welcome
waB delivered by Cheater A. Moorea
president Of tha clais, after which a
number of orations and ninaiesl selecV-
lins were given by m m e 8 o t e cl-i i
hat'h and every on acquitted htmiell
with credit. "Thou Art so Like a
Flower," (Rubenstein) and Maiden song
was Bung by Mies Anna E. Wisner. Rev.
Frank H. Mixell rendered a vocal solo
The class prophecy was given by Mine
LuciPe K. Bacon. Misi Helen Bollinger
delivered the valedictory in a mostcredit
able manner. The class poem was read
by Miss Edna Lois Park.
Ibeadd'ess to the graduating class
was lelivered by R -v. E. S. Bollinger,
and Chas. H. Catirield, chairman of the
hoard of education, p.eseidi'd the
diplomas, The following are the names
of ihe graduates :
Lucille L-diella Baton, Jessie Meryl
Bibee, Helen E. Bollinger, Arthur H.
Deu e, My i tie Eunice Doremus, Bertha
L. Fie 'e ick, BeulahCs trude Hamilton
Gertrude E. Hargreaves, John Edward
Hurgreaves, Harriot O. Hayes Olive
Hazle Mason, Nedie McCoy, Jack R.
Meldrnm, .lames M. Mellien, Elaie V.
Miller, Aprtl V. Miller, Chester A
Moores, Carl P. Nehren, Edna Lois
Park. Stella Powell, Che. W. Robin
son, Le J. Roaauitein.John I, Straight,
Liziie Louie Strohmeyer Martin (i.
Summer, Earle Walk, r, Wiuuia May
Young, Archie R Young.
The graduating exercises of tha High
school tooa place at blnvely t oper
house last Wednesday eveninf. Tha
house was crowded with the best peopln
iu Oreiron Oity. There was a wild pro
fucinn of flowers which wart bestowed
upon the happy graduates, who have
climbed one round higher upon the
ladder. In front of the stage in gilt
letters, hung resplendent the following
class motto, "So Little Done, so Much
to do." The class looked happy and
well sut'sfled as they satin their respec
live placesou the state. The program
was somthing new in the way of com
mencement exercises and decidedly
novel. InBtead of the usual class orations
snd essays Prof. Faulk arranged a pro
gram under Ihe supervision of Mrs
Hose Block Bauer, of Portland, which
whs in every way well rendered. After
the rendition of the program Prof. Faulk
delivered a short address and the gradu
ating diplomas were delivered to the
class. Each membr waa the recipient
of many beautiful flowers. The class
colors were pink aud nile green. The
clais flower was a pink carnation. The
Miis C. L. Hnggiai.
Vocal eolo, "A Way Morning "..Denr
Mrs. Rose Block-!auer.
Reading. "The Soul ol the Violin". ....
Prof. W.M Rasmus
'Toreador Son (from 'Carmen")
J. Adrian Epping.
(a) ".t Parting" Rodvari
(b) "Absent" Metcalfe
(c) "Ab. to Remember" Kjerulf
Mra . Rose Block- Bauer.
Song, "Gypsy Kiss" Fraherne
J. AdrUn Epping
Miss Ethel Hepburn.
"Son;- of Thanksgiving" AllitBen
Mrs. Kese Block-Bauer.
Duet, "Calm aa the Night" Goeti
Mr. Epping and Mrs. Bauer.
Scare from "School for 8caiidl"
Sir Peter Teazle Prof. Rasmus
Lady Teazle Ethel Ilepburu
(a) "ReturT-lle" Chaminade
(I.) "When Lo ieGon."... .Hawley
(c) "The Protaeiaat" Uatton
Duet. "Merry, Marry Ar V ' Ltcornie
Mr. Epping and Mrs. Bauer.
Tha QraiMtiM 9.14;
Hitch ur the ox team, Johany eall
the tolas In reicti :
We're goia' to where all kia near
Dick's rredoalii speech.
An' curry aii the young 'uni, aa far Sun-
day m etin wera,
Fer he's C"in' lo laugh In f.alia, au
throw som-ri e in Greek !
Hitch up ihe ci team, Johnny the
priz- he't goin' to win :
Fetch all the little towheads, an' help
yer mother in ;
An' g-eece yer hair, an' greecayer boots
it's g-adnatin. week,
An' you'll see 'em Inniih in Latin, an'
tbiow somersets iu Greek 1
Ko, whip 'em to a canter I ain't this
a jolly load!
cart'a jest a-rearin' an' arockin
down the road 1
Touch hats to the professor be keerf ul
how yon speak,
Fer they're goin' to laugh in Ltin, an'
throw sutnetseta in Ur -ek !
"De poor, righteous m.Wll have
treasure in eaven ; but what ablessin'
it would be ef he could des use it L't
collateral in dis worl' 1"
In Broad Daylight
Masked Highwaymen Hold up Lone
Woman in Outskirts of .
Twenty Cents Was all the Mansy Thty
iecitied, and Escaped without
Leaving a Clew.
On of the mo t daring highway ro!-
beries that ever took pUce within the
limits of Clackamas county was per-
petrated last Monday morning at ten
Mrs. Margaret Mulvey was an her war
tO.Parkplace whan two masked men
stepped from the brush and commanded
her lo atop. One of the men grabbed
tha women and placed his haad over her
mouth. The oth.-r took a haadkerchii-f
which she carried in her hand,a womra
frequently do with their spare change
tied up in it and proceeded to tear It to
bits to cure the money they supposed
to be in it. They were much disapp dot
ed to find only twenty cents in change
aad immediately let tne woman go ana
disappeared into the brush.
Very much frightened, Mrs. Mulvey
mada her way to Parkplace whire the
authoiities. were mads acquainted with
the dastardly robbery by telephone.
Sheriff Shater immediately went to the
scene, but up to the present time no
clue has bean discovered which issuftici-.
ent to cause any arrests.
The description given to the offic -rs is
q'dte meager and it is hardly sutlicient
tn identify them even if caught. A man
t-t ipped a wnndhauler a few minutes bo
lore the hoi I up an I aBlted hiui the way
to the car line and ab.ut the schedule of
thecals. Hen believed to have betn
one of the robbe -s. Ano h -r man sup
posed to have been the other one, wa
watching him at a ciitiance of a 1 w
hundred yards. The nun was without
a coat, smootk shaven aud was about 35
year of age.
A aeries ol hold an nave occurred in
and around Oregon City during the past
lew montbt and no oiim connected with
ihem lies ever been apprehended. In
Portland aad yicitd' the same sort of
business has been going on for months
and ta? rral arrests have been made dur-
llinhwav robberery has become so
common suri' ;' '.rtiatifl .nd Itrpgon
Ony thatlt id U-ginniug to be regarded
aa one of the leading industries and a
man living in the oulekirgs of town
needs go home with fear and trembling
if he waits uniil after the shades of eveu
ing have fallen.
Bargains at V&rkplac Store.
The Paraplace Store has a complete
ine of Ladies', Misses, Childien's,
Men's and Boys' Shoi-s. Lnleat Styles,
Best Quality and' Lowest Prices.
1 must reducj my slock ol Ladies'
Shoes and prices will be cut accordingly.
If you need Shoes it will pay you to see
I have some odds and ends in Shoes
Ladies' and Children's at most any
price. Come and see them. AUo some
A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions,
Ladies and Children's Hose, Lace-i, Kib
bous, Etc., Etc. Men's and Boya' Over
alii, Men's and Boys' Ht.4 and Shirts,
Boys' Hose, Men's Sox and Neckties
Produce wanted. Will buy eggs,
i)hii k-ii, butter a d most anything that
We have full line of Gro rrii'S of tha
best quality at pricas a? low a-i the low
est. I ran rave you money on Sugar. Be
sure and get my prices before buying
elaewheie. ' '
Fruit Jrs,Jar Tops and Rtibbers,Jelly
G lanes at lowest prices
Bee a few prices :
Sugar, pure cane, p-r suck $0 43
(HiibjiTt to market changes)
Sugar, same as above, 18lbs
Arbnckle.Lion or Columbia Coff',
2 pounds fo"
Bulk.freih roasted, flue blended
Coffee, per pound
Bulk Coffee, Equity blend, fancy
roast, per pound
Gree.n Ooll'ee, Equity nlend, pound
Five Minute Muh,3 pounds ...
Six bars I'ioldeu Star Soap, 12-ox
All other Gioceries, Feeed, Flour, Pro
visions, etc at lowest prices.
We have Hardware, -Nails, Tinware,
Bolts, Powder, Shot, Shells (loaded),
Tacks .in packages or bulk), Shoe Tacks
and Half, Soles
I alt keep aoma drugs and Patent
Mediciaea, Tucket Knives and Table
Alto a full line of School Books, Tab.
leu, Paper, Env.'lopet, Pens, Penci s,
Inta Ink Tablets and a gereral line of
tehool supplies, Cndiet aud Nuts.
In Kourihol Jnlv (jrwlt we. have a
nicslioa if li cktt', Rom. n Candles,
Rots' Suits, 2-piece ana 3 piece.
Youths' Suits. S-piece, long pints.
Fithint Tackle, including by Hooks,
Bait Hooks, Jointe I Poles, Cane Poles,
Fish Lines and Hoakt, Leaders, JVC
Men's Tift, Perfumery and Toys ai d
Presents at Christmas time.
1 giveaway presents at Christmas
times. Pinner Set, Parlor Lamp, 2
yeart ago, 2 Sewing M-icninos last yesr.
Tickets will be given this fall with
saies and someone will get a nice pres
ent or perhspa two will he gtoen away.
Don' forgit i . It will pay you to stop
aud get prices before buyinit elsewhere,
W. A. lloLMus, Prop.
Cigar is a superior
5c cigar. They might1
have made other .
brands as good but
Rough and Dressed
DiM Brttbtrs of Sebubtl, ,
Are now prepared to furnish all kinds of
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Yellow Fir Lumber cut
outt ths best tim
ber and furnished at :
reasonable pi ictjs -. : ; ; ,
LuiMtto Order on SiM Mi.
. WrHe or call. . ( ' ,,
v Sebubtl, Or
Daily Rivor Excursions
OREGON CITY BOATS
DASLY and SUNDAY
8 30 A. M.
11 30 "
3 00 P. M.
7 OO A. M.
I 20 P.
No Way Landings
ROUND TBI? 25 Cents
Oregon City Transportation Co..
oirici ano dock rooT or tatior si.
8n ij nt to hiwe without notlca
Foley's Kidney Cair:
makes kidneys end bl&ldcr rikt.
For wagons, buggies,hK-f
ness and all lines of farm
Le F. HOLMES
and thfl'a Is n
in existence that otnnot be
quickly and permanently cared
bv Ptnln't Pile Specific.
You take it that's all. New
price One Dollsr a bottle at
your drnggis'. If he hasn't it
Dr. Ttrrin Medical Co.,